Subject: Recommend a general molecular biology book.
From: Mark Bowes, mbowes at nyx10.cs.du.edu
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 94 22:48:17 GMT
In article <1994Feb15.224817.13050 at mnemosyne.cs.du.edu> Mark Bowes,
mbowes at nyx10.cs.du.edu writes:
>>I am looking for a good general molecular biology book, perhaps in a
>dictionary or encycolpedia format. Ideally, it would contain
>of 1 or 2 paragraphs in length on a number of molbio topics such as PCR,
>in situ hybrization, ELISA, fab fragment, scatchard plot, etc. It should
>be written for a scientific but nonspecialist audience. Can anyone
>recommend something suitable?
Try " A biologist's guide to principles and techniques of practical
biochemistry" Edited by Keith Wilson and Keneth Goulding 3rd ed
published by Edward Arnold (1986) ISBN 0-7131-2942-5. Good general
book -discusses almost everything. There may be a more recent edition.